Monsieur Christophe Jaume of Domaine Grand Veneur travelled especially to host this wonderful occasion. He talked most eloquently and passionate about his wines. His audience were captivated, not only by his enthusiasm but also by his intensive and arduous work, necessary to produce these wonderful wines. It takes dedication of generations to bring out the best of this unique “terroir” – man working closely with nature. Domaine Grand Veneur is situated right next to .
Châteauneuf du Pape is the largest and most important wine appellation in the southern Rhône. It was the first ever ‘Appellation Contrôlée’ established in France in 1932. Domaine Grand Veneur is one of the most renowned estates of Châteauneuf du Pape. Alain Jaume, with his sons Stéphane and Christophe, run this well-established estate near Orange. Raising the game with reds and whites The Grand Veneur range comprises an extremely impressive red and white Châteauneuf-du-Pape .
Monsieur Alain Jaume is an extremely knowledgeable and dedicated producer. His wines are powerful and rich with a distinctly scented bouquet. *Decanter award*. Grape Variety: 70% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 10% Mourvèdre Aromas: Morello Cherry, Nutmeg, Spices
Actually an amazing wine', according to Robert Parker. Classic garrigue, black cherry liquer, lavender, liquorice and spice box all present.
This pale-hued wine with cherry red highlights has an exceptionally elegant bouquet and intensity on the palate - just like biting into fresh grapes. Aromas: Spices, Strawberries "I loved the 2019 Bellissime Rose from the Jaume family, which strikes a good balance between a lighter, Provençal rosé and the richer styled Tavel rosé. Revealing a more medium ruby, almost salmon hue with a great nose of salted melon, light strawberries, and white flowers, it has subtle .